The Meade telescope is one of the top selling scopes known throughout the world. Over 85% of all telescopes sold within the United States are Meade.
You will find the reviews are written in plain language that any first time buyer can understand. The reviews will help you get a better idea which Meade telescope is right for you and your wallet.
But please note, that most telescopes under $300 will only lead to you being very disappointed. Most telescopes under $300 are rubbish and are a waste of your hard earned money.
It would help you if you could remember when choosing a Meade telescope or any telescope, that you are buying a scientific instrument, with that in mind please enjoy the reviews and should you need any more help or advice before you buy, please E-Mail Caroline. All e-mails are responded to within 24 hours and less.
Meade Telescope Reviews Under $500.
- Polaris by Meade
- Meade 6′ Starfinder Dobsonian
- Meade DS 90EC
- Meade DS-2070AT New
- Meade DS-2114 New
- Meade ETX 70AT
- Meade 10′ Starfinder Dobsonian
- Meade ETX 90mm
- Meade 6′ Starfinder Equatorial Reflector
Meade Telescope Reviews From $500 to $1000.
- Meade 5′ LXD55 Achromat
- Meade 12.5′ Starfinder Dobsonian
- Meade ETX 125 EC
- Meade 10′ LXD55 Schmidt-Newtonian
Meade Telescope Reviews Over $1000.
- Meade 8′ LX10 Schmidt Cassegrain
- Meade 16′ Starfinder Dobsonian
- Meade Telescope 8′ LX90
- Meade 8′ LX200 GPS
- Meade 4′ 102 ED Apochromat
For software that is compatible with the Meade telescope Autostar, I recommend the software that myself and my students use called Starry Night. It is an exciting piece of software which comes in three versions and makes learning about the night sky fun.
Starry Night Software will provide you with information and pictures (taken by the Hubble Telescope) on any object in the night sky. This will:
Provide you with info on objects you are viewing through your telescope.
Help plan your night’s viewing by giving you the exact position of an object at any given time.
Teach you where and how to find objects.
Three different pollution settings so you will know exactly what you can and can’t see from your area.
This software is great for all ages, and highly recommended for children. It is simple to use and will help you find your way around the night sky. I highly recommend it.
To help you understand what it is you will see please go to my page on Telescope Misconceptions. There you can find images taken of the planets and star clusters using different size aperture telescopes. It gives you an almost exact example of what objects will actually look like through a telescope.
View images from the Hubble Space Telescope, go to the best site on the net The Hubble Telescope for students or for anyone wanting to explore our amazing universe.